Gretsch 'Keith Scott 6120KS Nashville' Guitar

This Keith Scott 6120KS Nashville features a brilliant gold top that contrasts beautifully with dark walnut stained sides and back.
The 24 1/2" scale neck has an ebony fingerboard with humped block position markers on a rock maple neck.
The 16" wide multiple bound body also features oversized f-holes, master and individual pickup volume controls, tone control and Gretsch's Space Control bridge.  Gretsch single coil DynaSonic pickups give the Keith Scott model the tone of the mid-fifties guitars, duplicating the pickup that was  used until 1958.
This beauty comes complete with 24K gold plated hardware and Gretsch Bigsby vibrato and includes a Gretsch padded carry bag as well as a 6120 Gretsch book by Ed Ball.

Gretsch "POWER OF ME" Guitar
This is a Gretsch acoustic guitar which was made into 'historic guitar art'. It is entitled "POWER OF ME" and was painted by Alexis Vear.
Both guitars, as well as the 6120 Gretsch book, have been presented to Christmas for Kids, Inc. by the Gretsch Foundation from their private collection for auction at the Christmas for Kids concert at  the Ryman Audtorium on November 24, 2014.


Christmas 4 Kids (A Division of Christmas For Kids, Inc.)